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Re: login button
- From: Roland Winkler <winkler@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 05:40:08 -0600
- X-ml-name: emacs-w3m
- X-mail-count: 11742
In [emacs-w3m : No.11741] Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
(B> The reason a button isn't displayed is that the label text for
(B> the button in question is empty. By default emacs-w3m uses Emacs'
(B> widget library, that won't make a button for an empty text.
(B> So, I've changed emacs-w3m so as to use "submit" as a label in
(B> such cases. Maybe we get to view the "submit" buttons here and
(B> there from now on. If anyone sees a "submit" button that is not
(B> for submitting, please report it. ;-)
(BThanks a lot forthe quick fix. Possibly it would be sufficient to
(Breplace "submit" by a more generic "button". I assume depending on the
(Bcontext of a particular web page, it should be clear what "button"
(B> > So I assume it is a problem of how Emacs w3m communicates with w3m.
(B> Thanks for pointing it out. I haven't verified it with w3m/0.5.1
(B> yet, but I guess it fills an empty label with a space or something.
(BYes, the old w3m gives a `', which is not much, but sufficient to
(BI did not respond to your fix earlier because I posted my message via
(Bgnus and I expected it to appear on gmane.emacs.w3m. So I just wanted to
(Bsubmit directly to the emacs-w3m mailing list when I saw that my message
(Bhad appeared there correctly.